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Car and Driver: 2016 Honda Civic Coupe 2.0-Liter Manual Tested: Thinking Outside the Hatch-Box

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-We favor manuals because they’re intrinsically more fun and involving in most driving situations. Giving the driver full authority over gear ratios and clutch engagement usually helps a car feel quicker on its feet. That’s the case here, where the Civic LX coupe, with a 7.6-second zero-to-60-mph time and a 15.9-second quarter-mile run, beat a previously tested 2016 Civic EX four-door equipped with a continuously variable automatic transmission by 0.6 second in the run to 60 mph and by 0.4 second in the quarter-mile. (In the interests of full disclosure, the coupe was also 76 pounds lighter.) Even with the stick shift, however, the Civic coupe can’t keep up with the Kia Forte Koup and Volkswagen’s Golf TSI and Beetle—although those three do boast turbocharged engines. READ MORE ››

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